Resenha de Mallaby, Sebastian - The World Banker – A Story of Failed States, Financial Crisis, and the Wealth and Poverty of Nations. em Simon's Blog, 30 de maio de 2005 Para quem se interessa pelos temas da pobreza, desigualdade social e direitos humanos, o livro de Sebastian Mallaby, The World’s Banker - uma história de estados falidos, crises financeiras e a riqueza e a pobreza das Nações (New York, Penguin, 2004) é leitura obrigatória. O "Banqueiro do Mundo" é Jim... Topic: World Bank
Reunião de Consulta, Rio de Janeiro, 22 de novembro, 2004. No Brasil, fala-se muito em igualdade, a expressao "equidade" é muito pouco usada, e os dois termos são geralmente utilizados como sinônimos. Equidade, no entanto, como sabemos, se refere sobretudo a igualdade de oportunidades, enquanto que igualdade, em geral, se refere a igualdade de resultados. É claro que uma coisa depende da outra, já que não existe igualdade de oportunidades quando o acesso a recursos é muito... Topics: World Bank, WDR 2006
Bea Edwards and Dylan Blaylock of the Government Accountability Project, a whistleblower support group, describe how they assisted a whistleblower and the staff association at the World Bank in bringing to light the Paul Wolfowitz scandal. (Host: Mark Cohen) Topics: Wolfowitz, scandal, World Bank
O ïssue paper" foi publicado como Higher Education in Brazil: Challenges and Options. A World Bank Country Study. The World Bank, Washington, DC, 2002. O texto nota com razão que se gasta desproporcionalmente muito em educação superior, em comparação com o que se dispende em educação básica e secundaria no Brasil (em termos absolutos, no entanto, os gastos em Ensino Superior são menores, a não ser para o governo federal). Ele se equivoca, no entanto, ao supor que as despesas com... Topics: World Bank, Higher Education, Brazil
This week, we look at how much you can trust the World Bank, ICE's failed experiment, and how the early bird gets the war. In "Six Degrees of Spin and Fakin'," we look at the career of World Bank President Robert Zoellick. Topics: CAFTA, Robert Zoellick, World Bank, Pentagon, ICE
Is the Global Recession a coincidence? Not Likely. Visit NBTV.ca for updates on this subject and other topics interest ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Global, Recession, Depression, World, Bank, Conspiracy, Zeitgeist
A documentary on the April 17, 2000 protests against the World Bank, International Monetary Fund (IMF), and World Trade Organization (WTO), held in Grand Rapids, Michigan in solidarity with the national mobilization against the IMF and World Bank during their spring 2000 meeting in Washington, DC. The video covers speakers from a variety of social justice movements, the march through downtown, and the police interventions. Topics: protest, world bank, imf (international monetary fund)
This MPG format of The Land, The Street, The Square is compatible with the Democracy Internet Television Platform available for free at www.getmiro.com/. A video produced by Argentina and Italy Indymedias, The Land, The Street, The Square tells the tale of the uprisings and ongoing resistance in Argentina to the International Monetary Fund, neo-liberalism and political corruption. Beginning with an overview of capitalist globalisation, the video covers the wide range of movements in struggle,... Topic: IMF, World Bank, anarchy, resistance, argentina, Chomsky
Full 1080P HD version of video coverage from 10-10 World vs Bank march on World Bank led by Rev Billy and the Stop Shopping choir. Same as other video https://archive.org/details/WorldVsBankRevBilly10102014540pexcept 1080p resolution, Topics: dcdirectactionnews, Rev Billy, World Bank, World Bank Protest, World vs Bank, Church of Stop...
On the 10th of October, Rev Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir led a funeral march on the Fall Meetings of the IMF and World Bank, The march went to a delegate entrance checkpoint to the World Bank, where a mock funeral for the Bank was staged as people from South Asia and Africa reminded those inside just how much damage the Bank's programs had done to their countries. Topics: dcdirectactionnews, Rev Billy, World Bank, World Bank Protest, World vs Bank, Church of Stop...
âTicker Tape Ainât Spaghettiâ by Amy Goodman Food riots are erupting around the world. Behind the hunger, behind the riots, are so-called free-trade agreements, and the brutal emergency-loan agreements imposed on poor countries by financial institutions like the International Monetary Fund. Topics: Amy Goodman, food crisis, United Nations, hunger, World Bank
Economist from the School of Oriental and African Studies speaks about capital liberalisation and the neo-conservative project. Topics: economic, neo-liberalism, capital, IMF, World Bank, development, debt
April 15, 2000 -- The innocent pursuit of a World Bank protest becomes a surprise lesson in police tactics. A good video to prepare activists for their first out of town protest - what to expect, what not to expect. In this case, confusion reigns after convergence points are raided. Later: Sometimes you just get surrounded. Topics: world bank, WTO, IMF, police, protest, peace, Washington DC
A review of news, opinion, and photography recorded, from the Indymedia Newswire. With times and freqs for tuning in anywhere you can, at your leisure. Free to rebroadcast. The world & recorded for the community archive! QT Report welcomes new support from news and reviews reader Mike Snitch. Thanks for all your help Mike. Topics: War, Terror, Peace, Climate-Changem, Singapore, IMF, World-Bank
A review of news, opinion, and photography recorded, from the Indymedia Newswire. With times and freqs for tuning in anywhere you can, at your leisure. Free to rebroadcast. The world & recorded for the community archive! Topics: War, Terror, Peace, Climate/Change, IMF, World/Bank
The Peterson Institute for International Economics, Center for Strategic and International Studies, and the InfoShop at the World Bank held a discussion meeting on October 29, 2008, at which C. Fred Bergsten, Charles Freeman, Nicholas R. Lardy, and Derek J. Mitchell presented the conclusions of their latest book, China's Rise: Challenges and Opportunities. Danny Leipziger, Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Network, moderated the discussion. Topics: China's Rise, Peterson Insitute for International Economics, World Bank
The Spring Meetings of the IMF and the World Bank were marked this year by the largest protests against them since at least 2004, when thousands marched against them the day before a massive women's rights rally. This year, the G20 met in DC the day before the IMF met, inspiring protesters to use a three-headed dragon puppet as their mascot and theme. On Friday, the 19th of April, protesters marched on the Mayflower Hotel, a notorious nest of IMF and World Bank delegates that has been stormed... Topics: WSQT, IMF, World Bank, G20, globalization, anti-globalization
A film about Bisasar Waste Dump in Durban, South Africa and how it is linked to the global carbon trade, the World Bank, and climate change. Topics: bisasar, durban, climate change, world bank, South Africa, carbon trade
On this week's show... * Paul Wright discusses his new book "Prison Profiteers - Who Makes Money From Mass Incarceration" * This Week in Palestine, from the International Middle East Media Center * And excerpts from "World VS. Bank" a film by Friends of the Earth International Topics: Rustbelt Radio, prison, jail, Palestine, Israel, World Bank
On this week's show... * Family Members accuse Pennsylvania Prisons of abusing inmates * A look at tax fairness and wealth in American families * Uprising Radio examines the World Bank's perpetuation of Global Warming * and Burger King allegedly spies on members of the Student Farmworker Alliance Topics: Rustbelt Radio, Pennsylvania, prisons, taxes, World Bank, global warming, climate change, Burger...
Speaking to the Bretton Woods Project meeting on putting together a coherent civil society response to the financial crisis, London, 28th Otcober 2008 Topics: world bank, IMF, tax justice, corruption, financial crisis, Bretton Woods II
David McMillan gives an overview of Amos, looking at themes of justice and poverty, and interviews Tony, who works for the World Bank on Africa. Topics: sermon, windsor baptist church, david mcmillan, amos, justice, poverty, world bank
A Change of Financial Regimes Robert Wade, Development Studies Institute, LSE Speaking at the 2nd Workshop: âDeveloping Joint UK Policy Responses to the Financial and Economic Crisisâ organised by the Bretton Woods Project and School of Oriental and African Studies, Research on Money and Finance. Topics: economic, neo-liberalism, capital, IMF, World Bank, development, debt, , LSE, SOAS
World Bank President Robert B. Zoellick spoke at the Peterson Institute on April 6, 2011. He discussed the recent turmoil in the Middle East and what it may mean for development in the region and elsewhere. Topics: Robert Zoellick, Middle East, North Africa, MENA, development, World Bank, Peterson Institute for...
An interview with Sarath Fernando, moderator og the Movement For Land and Agricultural Reform in Sri Lanka Sarath was among a group of civil society representatives invited to consult with the sri lanka country representative of the World Bank today 11th March 2008. In this interview he explores why the WB has failed and what MONLAR believes are the alternative policies. Topic: MONLAR World Bank Economic Policies Development alternative live simply cafod development goals
World Bank President Robert B. Zoellick discusses the recent turmoil in the Middle East and what it may mean for development in the region and globally at a Peterson Institute event held April 6, 2011. Topics: Robert Zoellick, Middle East, North Africa, MENA, development, World Bank, Peterson Institute for...
Visit http://www.cdcgroup.com to learn more. This film highlights the lack of basic infrastructure in poor countries, notably access to electricity, and how a lack of investment capital has contributed to this problem. It explores how reliable electricity helps businesses to grow and enables economies to flourish, and it presents the results of one of CDCâs investments in electricity in Tanzania. Topics: Energy, electricity, international development, World Bank, development finance, emerging markets,...